Missouri Lakes by Region
Missouri Lakes and Reservoirs
Missouri Lakes A-Z
Lakes in MO
|Lake Name||Lake Summary|
|Blue Springs Lake||Located in Jackson County, Missouri, Blue Springs Lake provides a relaxing retreat minutes from Kansas City's urban setting. Lying within Jackson County's ...|
|Bull Shoals Lake||Tucked in the Ozark Mountains, Bull Shoals Lake offers year round opportunities for relaxation and recreation. With over 45,000 surface acres of water ...|
|Clearwater Lake||Shining in the middle of the Ozarks in southeastern Missouri, Clearwater Lake offers visitors more than 1,600 acres of water for boating, skiing, swimming ...|
|Council Bluff Lake||Settled snugly along the eastern edge of the Mark Twain National Forest in southern Missouri, Council Bluff Lake pulls outdoorsy individuals to its quiet ...|
|Harry S. Truman Lake||
Also known as: Harry S. Truman Reservoir, Truman Lake
It looks a like a reel of film perched on a bluff; it is the visitor center overlooking Truman Lake. The round wall of windows offers a panoramic view ...
|Lake Jacomo||Fifty years old and going strong would be a good motto for artificial Lake Jacomo. Located about 15 miles east of Kansas City in the Northwest Missouri ...|
|Lake of the Ozarks||
Also known as: Lake Ozark
Painting plains of central Missouri a liquid blue, Lake of the Ozarks snakes its way through the landscape. Just 180 miles from St. Louis and 170 miles ...
|Lake Taneycomo||Boasting the best trout fishing in the nation, Lake Taneycomo is an irresistible lure for anglers. Add all the amenities and recreation opportunities ...|
Also known as: Longview Reservoir
Northwest Missouri's Longview Lake is one of the recreational focal points of Jackson County Parks and Recreation. The 930-acre lake lies amid 4,852-acre ...
|Mark Twain Lake||Mark Twin Lake spreads out over 18,600 acres in Ralls and Monroe Counties of northeastern Missouri. The lake and the 2,775-acre Mark Twain State Park ...|
|Norfork Lake||Locals describe Norfork Lake as "unspoiled, uncrowded, and unforgettable." It is an apt description for this beautiful lake hidden in the Ozark Region ...|
|Pomme de Terre Lake||
Also known as: Pomme De Terre Reservoir
One of Missouri's lesser-known recreational destinations is Pomme De Terre Lake. Construction of this reservoir was completed in 1961, although it had ...
|Smithville Lake||Smithville Lake, located in the City of Smithville in northwest Missouri, is a recreational wonderland. With nearly 7,200 surface acres of water, Smithville ...|
|Stockton Lake||Stockton Lake is a popular recreational reservoir covering 24,900 acres on the western edge of the scenic Missouri Ozarks. Though perhaps not as widely ...|
|Table Rock Lake||Branson, Missouri has the saying "Someone you love is playing here." When you visit nearby Table Rock Lake, the person playing is sure to be you. With ...|
Also known as: Lake Wappapello
Wappapello Lake is a Missouri gem, located in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains in the southeastern region of the state. Although some larger Missouri ...